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bank city of rolla -- ramallah is where yasir arafat's body lies. he personifies the palestinian struggle for nationhood. for decades, he was the face of the palestinian cause, not only here but also on the international stage. but eight years after his death, little has been achieved and the prospect of a palestinian state is such a distant dream. in fact, many would argue the palestinian cause has actually lost ground. they believe the oslo accord signed by arafat nearly 20 years ago has brought them any closer to a two-stage solution. >> i think everyone is convinced the oslo accord is dead and can only be through international pressure. if it was at the palestinians and israelis, they would not achieve anything. >> there is no hope for oslo. it has been dead for a long time now, since 1993 we have talked about oslo but israel has destroyed oslo cents the year 2000 and destroyed the whole peace process. >> the chief of stuff -- of staff from up until two years ago believes it is time to -- the oslo accord. >> in the revolution in 1968 -- this was the slogan, one state democrat
burnnng the american flag and burning images of president obama. leventhal says: "and in ramallah, organizers say their goal iss for the entire wwrld to condemn the offensive film. in jerusalem, rick leventhal, fox newss" 3 p deadly accident kills two people and injures nearly a dozen others in tennessee. police say a ccevy blazer crashed nto a van carrying church members sunday morning.. they were on their way back o tennessee from a weekend retreat. victims range in age from from 13 to 22-years-old. ------nats of people chanting--- chanting-----it's the one year anniversary of occupy wall 3 street...and protests and demonssrations are planned in 30 cities across the world. a few hundred people gathered in new york's financial district this morning, where it all began oneeyear ago today. earlier,,protesters tried to get on wall street to form a human . officials say they arrested more than 100 protesters aroonn the city today...mootly for disorderly conduct. no protest in baltimore today... but one is planned for next month. big changes on the way with our weather. wwather.
invoice. >>> several stories caught our attention today. take a look. palestinians in ramallah burning tires in protest of high gas prices. some unions across the west bank called for mass strikes. transportation grounded to a
men would likely be slaughtered walking down the street of ramallah a other countries. that's what we're talking about. peaceful muslims need to join together. that's why the media needs to stop going after christians and focus on as you said islamic pressure. >> dana: what would be amazing niche market for a cleric is if they were funny. they might be able to change an entire world. do you think, joe? >> joe: this has been going on for centuries. it's not going to geted. >> dana: larry dade on "curb your enthusiasm" when he makes fun of jewish people, nothing funnier than that. it helps uses up each other. i don't make muslim jokes. >> eric: christian making fun of himself. if you make fun of your own culture and religion and nationality, it seems to be acceptable in the muslim world. they just, that is something they don't do. for the life of me i can't figure out why. >> dana: all right. good discussion as always. thank you, everybody. coming up, the holder justice department is caught coordinating with the liberal group. you know them. media matters to attack the critics. eric ha
of sitting with sharon in his residence, and then going to ramallah visiting, and he was hulled up in the bunker, a sort of largely damaged building, high-rise building, six stories high or so, with burned out hulks of cars outside it. we went in, and he help the forth. it was a great experience. i visited latin america. visited with the president of colombia and calderÓn of mexico and chavez, an intense gentleman, who is now ill as you know, but i visited with him under a huge portrait whom he identifies with to a remarkable degree is fair to say. i got to travel with barbara walters to cuba for her second interview with fidel castro, and that was a great experience in part because i really was able to participate in not only seeing the process that a terrific interviewer like barbara goes through in doing an interview, gathers hundreds upon hundreds of questions, widdles them down. we went over questions the entire time so she thought about which to ask, whatnot to ask, what to combine, what order to put them in. there's a lot of thought and care going into a great interview tha
attention today. take a look. palestinians in ramallah burning tires in protest of high gas prices. some unions across the west bank called for mass strikes. transportation grounded to a halt because of it. >>> thousands of people took to the streets in japan. they're protesting a special -- against a special u.s. military helicopter shipped there. the helicopters have crashed, multiple times and protesters are concerned they're not safe. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> i'm suzanne malveaux. we are focusing on the anniversary of at eseptember 11h attacks and teachers on strike in chicago and a record number of illegal immigrants deported from the u.s. want to get right to it. ♪ ♪ bagpipes and bells rang out at ground zero today to mark the 11th anniversary of the september 11th attacks. at world trade center site the names of the people who died were echoed through the air and family members remembered those lost. one father talked about the message he hopes people will take away from this day. >> the message should be really that we survived the terrorist attack. the
's speech tonight. [laughter] we have had a major breach of security if you do. you know what ramallah would tell you about his speech is -- you know what, all i would tell you about his speech is, you know, the romney speech was dragging to me in that it was interspersed in a speech that was largely personable about himself with some fairly caustic remarks about the president. you know, we're not interested in coming tonight to bodies them governor romney or to tear him down. we're interested to talk about how we can lift the whole country up. you know, so i think the speech is a very positive speech. it is one that will give people more than they got last week, a sense of where we need to go. beyond that, i do not want to skip the president on his own speech. >> on the viewership, the u.s. and the republicans watch the republican convention and democrats watched the democrat convention -- and do you assume that? >> i'd think that is somewhat true. you can look at the fox ratings. you know, if there were twice as large or more than twice as large for the republican convention, and you know,
palestinians and the spider differences from time to time but the palestinian leadership in ramallah, the united states within a good friend and we want to see a peace agreement between israel and palestinians. there should be an independent state for the palestinians as well as israel. that's every american administration has stood for for the last 40 or years. so i think it's dangerous to say the chinese and russians care very much because i think they run cynical foreign policy and they don't really carry paramus about the palestinian issue. >> nicholas burns talking about china and the rest of the headline says experts are touting its worth. so they haven't refurbished soviet carrier, but then the story points out is used only for training and testing. with your overall view of this? >> there is a major chinese military buildup underway and it's going to continue for years and decades to come and that presents a real problem. we're a major trading partner. china is the leading creditor of the united states, so we have a this symbiotic, highly integrated economic relationship tied
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